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GRAND ISLAND TOWN COURT ATTORNEY

CRIMINAL LAWYER GRAND ISLAND NY

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Grand Island Town Court
2255 Baseline Rd.
Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 773-9600 ext. 650, 652
Town Justice: Sybil E. Kennedy & Mark J. Frentzel
Grand Island is located in Erie County, NY with a population of over 20,300 people.

Are you or a loved one scheduled to appear in the Grand Island Town Court and need a DWI Attorney or Traffic Lawyer to represent you?

When choosing a DWI Lawyer or Traffic Ticket Attorney to defend you in the Grand Island Town Court, it is important to choose a qualified attorney with experience handling these types of cases. Criminal Lawyer Drew Fritsch is a former prosecutor with over 20 years of legal experience and can use his knowledge to help you.  We offer a free one-on-one consultation to anyone seeking guidance.

FREQUENTLY ASKED DWI QUESTIONS:

Q. How Much Does it Cost to Hire a DWI Lawyer?

A. Fees vary based on the specifics of each case, such as whether an accident was involved, whether the current charge is the client's first or a subsequent DWI – or is it an aggravated DWI? All of these factors, as well as the motions we'll need to file and whether we resolve the case through trial or plea agreement impact the exact fee. While each person charged with DWI may pay a different fee, our consultation fee is always the same – it's free. During that consultation, I will go over the facts and circumstances of your case and map out a plan to help you resolve your case in the best, most advantageous fashion.

FREQUENTLY ASKED TRAFFIC TICKET QUESTIONS:

Q. What Should I Do if I Forget to Appear in Court?

A. Among the things to remember in such a case, the first and most important is that you don't make the situation worse by delaying dealing with it. Second, don't call the court until you speak with an attorney. It is very possible that an attorney may be able to bring you before that judge on a different date and have the warrant that was probably issued in your case set aside, allowing your case to proceed.

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